Look who is speaking at this week's Greater Houston Pachyderm Club...Congressional District 7 Republican nominee Wesley Hunt!
Come meet the man who is going to send Lizzie Fletcher packing!
GHPC Meet and Greet at 11:30 a.m. Program begins at Noon and concludes at 1:00 p.m. each Tuesday at Tony's Restaurant located at 3755 Richmond Avenue. $25 gets you a delicious 3-Course luncheon, with tax and gratuity included. Valet parking is available for just $5. Cash, check, and credit cards accepted at the event.
Show your support for your favorite candidates by placing a sign in your yard. Signs are available at HCRP HQ at 2501A Central Parkway, Suite A11, Houston, TX 77092.
Trump merchandise is now available at the main HQ of the HCRP located at 2501A Central Parkway, Suite A11, Houston, TX 77092. Come in and make a donation to get your yard signs, hats, buttons, flags, bumper stickers and more. New items arriving daily.
Your Harris County Republican Party has just purchased 1000 Trump yard signs. The signs are available at our main headquarters located at 2501A Central Parkway, Suite A11, Houston, TX 77092. We request a donation for each sign to cover the cost of printing.
The Devil Whispers to the WARRIOR, you can’t handle the storm, The WARRIOR whispers back, I AM THE STORM
GET YOUR FREE WE ARE THE STORM YARD SIGNS
Pursuant to Article VIII, Section D. of the Harris County Republican Party BYLAWS, I am hereby issuing an official meeting call for the Rules Committee of the Harris County Republican Party for September 21, 2020 at 7 p.m. to be held at the Harris County Republican Party, located at 2501-A Central Parkway, Suite A11, Houston, Texas 77092.
Your first order of business will be the election of a permanent chairman of the committee.
The Committee roster is as follows:
SD 4 (E) George May
SD 6 (E) Tammie Nielsen
SD 7 (E) Rori Ortiz
SD 7 (E) Mark McCaig
SD 11 (E) Rebecca Hucker
SD 13 (E) Matthew Cowan
SD 15 (E) Vergel Cruz
SD 15 (E) Josh Flynn
SD 17 (E) David Lampenfield
SD 17 (E) Ed Sarlls
SD 18 (E) Howard Barker
County Chairman (Ex Officio) Keith Nielsen
Treasurer (Ex Officio) Josh Flynn
Parliamentarian (Ex Officio) Jeff Larson
Legal Counsel (Ex Officio) Chris Carmona
Section 2 - District Chair Vacancies: Vacancies in the office of Senatorial District Chairman shall be filled at a Senatorial District Executive Committee meeting called by the County Chairman to occur no later than the date of the next County Executive Committee Meeting. The County Chairman shall call the meeting to fill a vacancy, or remove a District Chairman. If he fails to call a meeting, such a meeting may be called by any member of the affected District upon written demand of one fourth (1/4) of the membership of that District. A two-thirds vote of those present and voting is required to remove a District Chairman. For the purposes of this section a quorum shall be twenty-five percent (25%) of the District Executive Committee. The call for such a meeting shall be sent to all of the District Executive Committee membership. Such call shall be postmarked at least fourteen (14) days prior to the meeting. The call shall include the purpose of the meeting, and shall provide for the election of a new chairman,
Date: Sunday, September 13, 2020
Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocks Harris County from sending mail-in ballot applications to all its voters
The Supreme Court of Texas halted the attempt by democrat interim Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins to flood the election process with unsolicited ballots. The Harris County Republican Party joined in the litigation led by former Harris County Republican Party Chairman Jared Woodfill who filed the petition with the Supreme Court. This unprecedented and improper action by the appointed interim clerk and Texas Democratic Party official left our party no options.
In May, following the 2020 primary election, then Harris County Clerk Diane Trautman abruptly resigned after Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis began pushing the idea of sending mail ballots to all voters. Additionally, Trautman came under fire for running inefficient elections, including the 2020 March primary election where democrat primary voters were in line until 2 a.m. The November 5, 2019 city election results were delayed for over twelve hours. Ultimately, the democrat leader of the Harris County Ballot Board refused to sign off on the election results. The City of Houston mayoral runoff election had different problems like delayed issuance of election equipment.
Elections are the cornerstone of our democracy. Democrat candidates suffer disproportionately in a corrupted election process. There is at least one democrat primary election under review by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office involving a candidate in the Democrat primary.
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Michael Landrum as Judge of the 164th Judicial District Court in Harris County for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.